The haroset paste eaten at the Passover Seder recalls the mortar the Israelite slaves used to build in Egypt. So why is it so sweet?
Why Israelis have just one seder, how Gibraltar does haroset and other curiosities of this 8-day holiday.
Where you fall on a scale from sweet haroset and bitter herbs.
Everything you need to know about Passover 2016.
Key words and phrases for Passover.
A recipe for the sweet fruit paste on the Passover seder plate.
An Italian recipe for the mortar of the seder plate.
This mixture of fruit and nuts symbolizes the mortar used by the Israelite slaves to build in Egypt.
Symbols for Passover.
Delicious dishes for you and your family for the seder and beyond.